School of Public and Environmental Affairs
Office: BS 4072
- Ph.D., Public Affairs, University of Colorado Denver, 2011
- M.A., International Development, University of Denver, 2007
- B.A., International Political Economy, University of Puget Sound, 2005
- Assistant Professor, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, 2012-Present
- Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management
- Midwest Political Science Association
Major fields of expertise
- Public policy process
- Policy analysis
- Environmental policy
- Institutional analysis
Assessing Policy Designs and Improving Outcomes: An Institutional and Behavioral Analysis of the US National Organic Program
- Leach, William D., Christopher M. Weible, Scott R. Vince, Saba N. Siddiki and John Calanni. Forthcoming. “Fostering Learning through Collaboration: Knowledge Acquisition and Belief Change in Marine Aquaculture Partnerships.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory.
- Ramaswami, Anu, Christopher M. Weible, Deborah Main, Tanya Heikkila, Saba Siddiki, Andrew Duvall, Andrew Pattison, Meghan Bernard. Forthcoming. "A Social-Ecological Infrastructural Systems (SEIS) Framework for Inter-Disciplinary Study of Sustainable City Systems: An Integrative Curriculum Across Seven Major Disciplines." Journal of Industrial Ecology.
- Saba Siddiki, Xavier Basurto, and Christopher M. Weible. 2012. "Using the Institutional Grammar Tool to Understand Regulatory Compliance: The Case of Colorado Aquaculture." Regulation & Governance. 6 (2): 167-188.
- Weible, Christopher M., Siddiki, Saba, and Pierce, Jonathan. 2011. "Foes to Friends: Changing Contexts and Changing Intergroup Perceptions." Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis. 13(5): 499-525.
- Siddiki, Saba, Weible, Christopher M., Basurto, Xavier, and Calanni, John. 2011. "Dissecting Policy Designs: An Application of the Institutional Grammar Tool." Policy Studies Journal. 39(1): 79-103.
- Saba N. Siddiki, Anu Ramaswami, and Christine Martell. 2010. "Defining and Measuring Sustainability in Public-Private Water Infrastructure Partnerships in Developing Countries." In Ramesh, Vishnuprasad Nagadevara G., Gopal Naik, and Anil B. Suraj, Eds. Public Private Partnerships. Bangalore, India: Routledge Publishers.
Other publications and reports
- Calanni, John, Saba Siddiki, Christopher M. Weible, William Leach, and Scott Vince. 2012. Global Aquaculture Advocate. November/December.
- Saba Siddiki and Christopher M. Weible. 2011. "Perceived Barriers and Industry Strategies for Continued U.S. Aquaculture Development." Global Aquaculture Advocate. July/August.
- Saba Siddiki and Chris Weible. 2010. "State Aquaculture Coordinators Study Report." Prepared for the National Association of State Aquaculture Coordinators. Unpublished Report.
- SPEA-V512 Public Policy Process (Spring 2012)
- SPEA V-550 Urban Sustainability (Fall 2012)
Awards and recognition
- National Science Foundation. 2012. Research Grant for project “Assessing Compliance in Organic Farming: An Institutional Analysis of the U.S. National Organic Program.” Co-PI: Saba Siddiki. Grant amount: $247,842.76
- School of Public Affairs, University of Colorado Denver. 2011. Best Dissertation Award for "Rules and Decision Making: Understanding the Factors that Shape Regulatory Compliance."
- University of Colorado Denver IGERT and National Science Foundation. January-May 2010. IGERT Small Grant for project “Examining the Influence of Interdisciplinary Competencies: An Application to U.S. Marine Aquaculture Partnerships.” Co-PI: Saba Siddiki. Grant amount: $6,180.00
- School of Public Affairs, University of Colorado Denver. 2009. Best Poster Award for “Social Construction and Policy Design Framework: An Analysis of Current Applications,” presented at the Research and Creative Activities Symposium. University of Colorado Denver. 24 April 2009. Award amount: $800.
- University of Colorado Denver. 2008-2009. University Scholarship Team Grant for Policy Design for Democracy Workshop and Symposium. Co-PI: Saba Siddiki. Grant amount: $6K
- National Science Foundation. September 2007-December 2009. IGERT PhD Traineeship Fellowship for Sustainable Urban Infrastructure. Grant amount: $30K per year stipend with $10.5K tuition support per academic year.